From Brassai to Walker Evans to the surreal light-play of Léon Gimpel, many are the photographs where text is one with the image. In this symbiotic relationship where one is meaningless without the other, is born a new approach that forces us to read the photograph “literally”. “Ecritures” presents a series of photographs, dating from 1860 to 1980, issued mainly...
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